Donor Wall

The Crisis Centre relies on people with extraordinary hearts, corporations investing in their community, foundations that build healthy communities and suicide survivors who understand the importance of what we do.

Visionaries of Hope $75,000+

Provincial Health Services Authority
The Walsh Foundation

Stewards of Hope $10,000-$74,999

Al Roadburg Foundation
City of Vancouver
CKNW Kids’ Fund
Grant Thornton LLP
Loyal Protestant Association
MDRT Foundation
Darkness into Light Fundraising Walk – Pieta Head Office
Provincial Employees Community Services Fund
R. Howard Webster Foundation
RBC Foundation
Roper Greyell LLP
Sovereign Order of St. John of Jerusalem
The 1988 Foundation
The Raven Foundation Yeates Family
Tim Clapp
Vancouver Foundation
Victor & Anna Kern Foundation
West Vancouver Community Foundation

Partners of Hope $5,000-$9,999

Ann Claire Angus Fund
BlueShore Financial
City of Burnaby
District of North Vancouver
Dayhu Investments Limited
District of West Vancouver
Faigen Family Fund through Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Vancouver
Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Vancouver
Johnnie Fox’s Irish Snug
Marin Investments Ltd.
Roberto Dominguez
The Federation of Community Social Services of BC (FCSSBC)
The Phyliss and Irving Snider Foundation
The Wolrige Foundation
Vancouver Fraser Port Authority

Builders of Hope $1,000-$4,999

Aldat 2000 Holdings Ltd.
Andrew Mahon Foundation
Bob and Sue Hastings
Bob Meyer
Calvin Tompkins
Catherine Slade
Chelsey Moore
Christopher Snell
City of North Vancouver
Constantine Hatzipanayis
Daphne Francis
Dennis and Kathy Meakin Family Foundation
District of Sechelt
Djavad Mowafaghian Foundation
Don Sherrah
Enbridge Inc.
Great Canadian Entertainment
Hospital Employees’ Union
ICBC Community Grants Program
Ileah Snell
Jaynie and Tim Potocky
John Hardie Mitchell Family Foundation
John McCall MacBain
Joy Prior
Kahn Foundation
Lawrence and Carol Reiche
Lohn Foundation
Loveleen Grewal
Lynn Thorsell
Mark Hughes
Michael R. Williams Foundation
Mike Goetz
Nicki Kahnamoui
North Shore Community Foundation
Peter & June Young Legacy Fund
Peter Kenward
PUR KIDS Foundation
Ralph Barrows
RDH Building Science Inc.
Shein Legacy Fund
Sunshine Coast Foundation
The Greygates Foundation
The Hamber Foundation
Town of Gibsons
Tracy Leroux
UMC Charity
Union of BC Performers
United Way of Calgary and Area
West Vancouver Community Foundation
Westshore Terminals
Weyerhaeuser Giving Fund
Woodfibre LNG Limited

Patrons of Hope $300-$999

Alice Reed
Allan & Sherry Buium
Anita Ibarra
BC General Employees’ Union
Benson Yang
Beverley Green
Bill and Heather Holmes
Charles and Lucile Flavelle Family Fund
Clive and Carol Holloway
Colleen Poeta
Daniel Flatt
Debra and Rob Mitchell
Dolph Schluter
Elizabeth Clode
Eric Wilson
Glen Wong
Hardy Sales Ltd.
Harper Grey LLP
Hillary Bergshoeff
International Union of Operating Engineers Local 115
John and Deirdre New
Johnson Enterprises Ltd.
Jude Platzer
Kim Fronc
Lorne Palmer
Madeline Brown
Mahtab Nazemi
Marion Oldenburg
Mark Graham
Mary Ellen Sanajko
Mel & Geri Davis Charitable Trust
Melody Mason and Edward Gilling
Michael Lam
Nadia Tavakoli
Patricia Crowe
Raymond & Evelyn Hazlett
Richmond Community Foundation
Robert Holt
Sabrina Piovesan
Saige Carlson
Sandi Vizzutti
Sherry Christianson
Sir WInston Churchill Secondary School
Steven Bui
Taylor Sloan
The BC Regional Council of Carpenters
The Tea Communications
The Zacks Family Charitable Foundation
Vincent Wheeler

We would also like to acknowledge those who donated in memory of special individuals who touched their lives.

Our Donor Wall is updated annually near the time of our Annual General Meeting and the publication of our Annual Report in September.

Our fiscal year is April 1-March 31, and our donor recognition reflects that timeline.

The Crisis Centre makes every effort to ensure the donor wall is as accurate as possible. 

If you identify a mistake, please contact us at development@

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Our Impact The topic and word "suicide" is not so scary after taking a training from the Crisis Centre of BC. I'm grateful to have been here today, and am hopeful that I can help people in the future. safeTALK participant, Agassiz